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The Chinese name of the Nipponese archipelago reported by Marco Polo on his return from the Silk Road. «Cipango is an island of the Levant, which is on the high seas, one thousand five hundred miles from land. Paola Pimentel, Franco-Dominican designer, draws her inspiration from the many trips she has made around the world. CIPANGO Paris clothing has for concept a method of «blending» two opposing cultures in each collection. Identifying future ready-to-wear products as a journey through foreign cultures, CIPANGO respects a qualitative and ethical policy through «made in France» and the refusal to use materials of animal origin. CIPANGO’s collections full of subtlety and modernity, while remaining wearable on a daily basis by everyone thanks to comfortable and fluid materials. Just like Marco Polo, our muse is looking for discovery. She believes that at CIPANGO, our differences complement each other. She believes that our mix of cultures is our greatest asset. She wants to carry the beauty of multiculturalism. She wears CIPANGO.
LABISK.OT represents nature through eco-sophisticated and feminine pieces to give you confidence and follow you from your workouts to your workdays.
In response to the growing global awareness and numerous scientific publications, the French AGEC law pushes companies to modify their relationship to the end-of-life of their products, and to their supply in sustainable materials, through the new ban of destroying unsold goods.
With these challenges in mind, WETURN wants to anticipate and act without delay by supporting the textile industry in its transition to new production models, thanks to a complete and innovative solution: recycling unsold goods into new quality yarns and fabrics.
They are convinced that the know-how, exemplary nature and desirability of products from major fashion houses and influential players should be maintained throughout the value chain, even when products have not found a buyer.
An unused product, or one that has not been fully consumed, is a resource, which can be returned to its original state: a quality raw material ready to integrate new production cycles.
The Canvas by Querencia occupies and transforms spaces into hubs for innovation and the future of fashion. They follow the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and empower rising, ethical businesses from around the world by providing them access to global markets, services and technologies.
Bloon Paris is the French brand that is shaking up seating codes.
Created by an osteopath a designer in 2018. Its round shape promotes natural movements and optimizes the position of the back while stimulating your deep muscles.
A as in Apolline, STYLE as in fashion and POP … as in the colors she loves so much. And the founder’s nickname is Apops there is the word Pop !
Peacock blue, camel, rosewood, khaki, grenadine red, mustard yellow…black and gray are not for her! She has a weakness for pop colors and it shows in the piece she creates.
She is convinced of their power on our morale: life, so short, is more cheerful in colors.
AGE Paris is for vintage lovers and those who like to distinguish themselves with unique pieces. They also and above all want to speak to those who love fashion, but above all value the resources of the planet and conscious consumption.
AGE Paris upgrades second-hand clothes and accessories and makes sustainable fashion pieces in the heart of Paris. They offer small quantities, according to finds and inspirations. They believe in more sustainable and valued fashion, with pieces that can be passed down as a family heirloom.
10 years after the creation of the brewery, our desire remains the same: to shake up the codes and breathe new creativity into the world of beer in France.
Rémy, our brewer, explores all directions, without imposing any limits, to imagine different beers, with character, always giving more room to nature, to the richness of French soils and to the world of wine.
Simply Craft beer à la Française!
Sev is the brand of 100% natural drinks based on an ingredient from the heart of the forest: maple sap. But Sev is more than just a drink. It’s a virtuous circle between maple trees, sap producers and consumers to create drinks that are both delicious and healthy, while allowing the planet to continue breathing.
MARJ is a new sustainable fashion brand offering colorful looks with a streetwear vibe. MARJ advocates for more inclusivity in Fashion : our clothes are genderless, available from XXS to XXL, and they are designed to adapt to most body types. Our collections are currently produced in Marseilles, but our short-term goal is to produce ethically our basics in Indonesia. We also try to source the most eco-friendly materials: upcycled, recycled, organic… and always vegan !
Manci uses vintage pieces and customizes them with handmade embroidery, textile paint, textile markers, fabrics… Sometimes the clothes are broken down, the fabric is recovered to create new unique and unisex pieces.
The vintage style is like Manci, loose clothing from another era that is brought back to life through modernization.
Manci is an ethical way of rethinking fashion: an existing piece comes to life with a different look.
A as in Apolline of course, STYLE as in fashion and POP … as in the colors I love so much.
And as my nickname is Apops there is the word Pop !
Peacock blue, camel, rosewood, khaki, grenadine red, mustard yellow…black and
grey are not for me! I have a weakness for pop colors and it shows in the pieces I
create. I am convinced of their power on our morale: life, so short, is more cheerful in
Prototypes are made in my Studio in Switzerland and then manufactured by hand in France.
Ipsilon is a sustainable street-wear brand with a positive message. Ipsilon believes that as we express each other our gratitude and love, we change the world around us.
‘Infinite love and gratitude’ is Ipsilon’s Mantra; it expresses and teaches love for other people, hence the idea of #thisTEEcanCHANGEyourLIFE by respecting and loving those people around us.
The collections of Cécance are designed in a conscious way, with sustainable and and locally produced. European linen and French tailoring.
The ethical DNA is fundamental. The use of linen allows an ecological commitment commitment with a noble raw material. The minimal aesthetic makes Cécance a timeless and modern piece that we keep. Simplicity and elegance revisited each season, with the development of small collections small collections for a continuously sustainable lifestyle.
Cécance is a way of being.
D.L.C. for use by date.
Our commitment is to propose a more virtuous fashion by using existing material existing material, that of unused clothes, to create 100% upcycled to create 100% upcycled collections.
D.L.C. for the initials of Dammarie Le Chatelier, founder and of the brand.
At a time when upcycling was not yet as mainstream a practice as it is today, the desire to create high-end fashion pieces, contemporary and desirable fashion pieces that would reuse the available raw material sʼinscribed in the designerʼs mind.
Through Nicha, Charlène shares the know-how she acquired as a stylist for over 10 years in the most beautiful French and Australian fashion houses. She focuses her attention on every detail and strives to achieve the highest standards of quality and fit, flattering every body type.
Charlene shapes Nicha as an alcove where she can connect with women, bringing to life the wardrobe she designs for them and contributing to their physical and mental well-being. Fascinated by the energy and benefits of semi-precious stones, she incorporates them into her designs as a tool to help us unite our thoughts with our bodies in order to initiate lasting transformations in all areas of our lives.
Touched by these medals and broken jewels, abandoned at the bottom of baskets in flea markets, I had the idea 4 years ago to give them back life, by reworking them, by assembling them, so that they transmit their stories and find their powers of protection, their stories and regain their powers of protection.
Of beliefs, of know-how, of times and origins.
Working with existing resources, limiting the use of supplements and sourcing them consciously, encouraging recycling and zero waste, even in packaging, staging, communication, collabs…
A renewed creative approach for each piece of jewellery, according to a line of inspiration. A very personal universe personal universe transmitted in all my work.
Founded in 2015, ELEPHAS Paris® offers beauty with exceptional active ingredients and works concretely for the conservation of elephants.
Their objective: to offer all those who seek it the excellence of beauty with a strong ecological and planetary awareness, active, committed, and with positive and direct impacts on the conservation of wildlife. Brand with a pioneering model recognized by the UN for its concrete impacts, ELEPHAS Paris® is a member of the CONSCIOUS FASHION & LIFESTYLE NETWORK
The Gros Marché, is a shop but also events everywhere in France. The Gros Marché is an incubator for créative and second hand brands. The idea is to promote conscious and responsible purchasing.
Bye Bye Plastic Foundation aims to empower everyone to get the Plastic-Free-Party started! Bye Bye Plastic Foundation is set to remove single-use plastics from the music industry.
Renoon is the shopping platform that won’t actually sell you anything. We empower you to get all the information you need to make responsible choices before you buy. We ask companies to send us their data, and then allow everyone to contribute to collective knowledge by leaving a review of how they’ve personally experienced the sustainability of a brand.
Created in 2018 by a group of committed entrepreneurs, Atelier Populaire is a certified organic cosmetics factory that has its own facilities in the 19th arrondissement in Paris.
Atelier Populaire offers a whole range of face and body products with a complete IN & OUT ritual ranging from surgras cold saponified soap to organic virgin oils, organic macerates and organic essential oils, including a Cellular Relaxation + CBD range to take both skin care and emotional health.
The brand focuses on the desire to provide cosmetics for everyone, as durable as they are aesthetic and practical. Today, the company has 10 employees and is present in more than 250 points of sale.
Byca is a French cosmetics brand that is revolutionizing the hand sanitizer game. Working with one of the most renowned perfumers in France as well as an expert laboratory to ensure that their products comply with current standards, Byca’s line of silky antibacterial gels are as effective as they are fragrant. With scents like fig, lemon thyme and vetiver, their no-rinse gels are a pleasure to use and are made up of carefully chosen ingredients with a strong focus on those that are raw and natural. What’s more, for each bottle sold, Byca donates 3% of the revenue to charities that support medical research into epidemics. For hand sanitizer that is pleasant, practical and effective, discover Byca now available at Smallable.
The Chinese name of the Nipponese archipelago reported by Marco Polo on his return from the Silk Road.
«Cipango is an island of the Levant, which is on the high seas, one thousand five hundred miles from land. Paola Pimentel, Franco-Dominican designer, draws her inspiration from the many trips she has made around the world.CIPANGO Paris clothing has for concept a method of «blending» two opposing cultures in each collection. Identifying future ready-to-wear products as a journey through foreign cultures, CIPANGO respects a qualitative and ethical policy through «made in France»
and the refusal to use materials of animal origin. CIPANGO’s collections full of subtlety and modernity, while remaining wearable on a daily basis by everyone thanks to comfortable and fluid materials. Just like Marco Polo, our muse is looking for discovery. She believes that at CIPANGO, our differences complement each other. She believes that our mix of cultures is our greatest asset. She wants to carry the beauty of multiculturalism. She wears CIPANGO.
Beautiful soft yarns, which render the color well, which make it possible to knit sweaters that last and are as eco-friendly as possible are rare. Pretty, well-knit sweaters made in this type of yarn are even rarer! This is Katia Sanchez’s quest!
Ditch your disposable pads and tampons for our high-tech, washable, reusable, comfortable, hygienic, and sustainable absorbent underwear! pantys feature quick-drying, leak-proof, breathable, and antibacterial fabrics that are designed to absorb anything from menstrual blood and vaginal discharge to sweat and bladder leaks.
what are you waiting for? slip on a pair of pantys and step into the future 😉
Liase Jewellery is designed and produced entirely in Florence, Italy. The brand focuses on working with local artisans, mainly in small laboratories, mixing old and new jewellery- making techniques. All pieces are made in Eco-silver an alternative to 925 sterling silver which is recycled from jewellery, medical equipment, electronics and giftware. As well as the silver our gemstones are carefully sourced locally and in pursuit of being environmentally friendly.
Inspired by different artistic and cultural movements and with a love for architecture and ancient jewellery, Liase fuses intricate geometries and modern shapes with colorful gemstones and enameled details.
Humanize the customer experience of ethical fashion by empowering our partner designers who are in 99,5 % women and giving the voice to the conscious consumers who also believe that Fashion shouldn’t cost our planet.
We are gebana – a pioneer in fair trade since 1998 and a movement committed to more sustainable global trade since 1973.
Our vision: to change global trade in favour of family farmers, local economies and the environment. We cooperate directly with family farmers all over the world and we distribute their products just as directly to customers in Europe.
Greenpeace is an international organisation, politically and financially independent of states, whose aim is to denounce environmental damage and provide concrete solutions, and to promote peace.
CHEZ NOUS is a ready-to-wear and accessories brand that celebrates diversity through ethically designed pieces.
CHEZ NOUS. is an ode to the plurality of identity, to the “in-between”.
The pieces are made from materials with low environmental impact in workshops promoting the social and economic emancipation of employees between France and Tunisia.
IRK Magazine is a new independent Paris based art, photography and fashion print magazine and digital platform. The first issue was released October 2016. This biannual print magazine is carefully curated with a strong defined theme. The contributors from across the globe are encouraged to keep their own distinct styles while the theme of the issue links them together to create a unique and exciting issue every time. While the print issue is out only twice a year there are new “exclusive stories” posted to irkmagazine.com bi-weekly and fresh content on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest every week.
Romy June’s clothing is designed for today’s kids and super-women, while maintaining a strong connection with memories of the past. Linked to the concept of light heartedness and expressive freedom of the little ones, they respect nature, choosing ecological fabrics, packaging and producing exclusively in Italy with a strong support for local craftsmanship.
The environmentally conscious and female form-centric swimwear brand dreamed up by Lou Medina in 2017 is looking to make a splash this season with its neutral-yet-bold hues and undeniably flattering silhouettes, all of which are sure to render you and your friends empowered and confident upon first wear.
Jolie Parisienne is about comfortable clothing made to last. Designed in Paris, they are then manufactured in the workshops in the north of France and then printed in Paris. 100% organic cotton certified OEkO-TEX 100
Jolie Parisienne is a brand that cares about quality, environmental comfort and good taste.
NUYHEEN offers you the choice of an exceptional garment made in superior quality fabrics, 100% sustainable! All made in France, so you can benefit from unique craftsmanship, while maintaining this direct link with their suppliers (because loving fashion also means choosing to respect those who make it).
They want to translate the regenerative impact of their shoes to our well-being and to the entire way we do business. To achieve this, they focus on partnership-based production, innovative materials from regenerative cultivation, and supporting renaturation projects – this is their way of making a positive impact on all levels, step by step.
GIGI PARIS is all about vintage and upcycled jewellery.
As the only way not to pollute is not to produce, we need to settle the dreamed Circular Economy. Therefore, we are bringing back the old and turning it into the new new.
We are a collective of antique dealers and passionate collectors. We select the crème de la crème of vintage jewelry. Our girls are magicians making jewelry out of any vintage gewgaw.